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Aman S. Djahanbani brings the perspective of a career Foreign Service Officer to his multi-tiered role as USAID’s senior procurement executive, chief acquisition officer, and director of the Office of Acquisition and Assistance.
Before assuming his current position, Djahanbani worked overseas since 1998. He has served as a supervisory contracting officer for USAID in Pakistan, Peru, Jordan and Ghana. Before that he worked at USAID headquarters, leading several divisions in the Office of Acquisition and Assistance.
He began his procurement career with the U.S. Department of Defense, where he worked for more than a decade at the Naval Regional Contracting Center in Washington DC, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore. In Saudi Arabia, he supported the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Persian Gulf, Red Sea, and North Arabian Sea and Desert Shield/Storm Operations. In Singapore he supported the U.S. Seventh Fleet and the POW/MIA efforts.
Djahanbani holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from George Mason University.
Last updated: December 09, 2014